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Walk About a Bit

I walk about without a destination. Back and forth, to and fro - one wall to the other, the other and the other in this grey box devoid of windows...
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On Gordon's Bench

*** a bit of a ramble ***
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In Love With A Girl

*** for Mimi ***
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Down to the River

*** Woke up this morning ***
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Mandarin - re-write

*** 2nd draft ***

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313 of my comments have received 300 Great Feedback votes

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There is an amazing bright,

Posted on Mon, 30 Dec 2013

There is a bright, wry humour to this, Tina, and much more to it than first meets the eye. It's  cleverly built, with subtle use of rhyme, and her touch of apparent wickedness, for me, makes it fascinatingly enjoyable and sad in equal measure. ...

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Posted in Merry Christmas Mrs Lawrence

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This was so lovely. What a

Posted on Sun, 01 Dec 2013

This was so lovely. What a great tribute to your loving mum! My daughter lives in Tennessee - I'll ask her if she knows Sneedville, and tell her about your poem.

Thank you for sharing this,

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Posted in Sneedville, Tennessee

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This tickled me! You've made

Posted on Thu, 28 Nov 2013

This tickled me! You've made a fun piece out of what is a generally annoying subject for me.

Well done!

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Posted in For a Long Time I Went To Bed Early! I.P.

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Interesting, Elsie -  I

Posted on Sun, 06 Oct 2013

Interesting, Elsie -  I enjoyed thinking about this.

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Posted in Knit we Together

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Hi Elsie. 

Posted on Sun, 22 Sep 2013

Hi Elsie. 

Whatever happened to French skipping - and so many other outside games? They seem to have vanished.

A great poem this, full of memories and feelings of childhood. Could you have imagined back then, writing a poem like...

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Posted in My lovely Primary School (IP the mundane becomes extraordinary)

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